Decorate your home with this classy rectangular white undermount sink from the Highpoint Collection. This particular sink uses a glossy white porcelain enamel glaze to give it a bright and clean appearance. It has plenty of room within its scoop bottom....more
The Highpoint Collection 18 x 12 rectangular, ceramic sink is becoming a popular standard for the larger vanity application. This sink feature a scoop bottom and is made from vitreous china with a porcelain enamel glaze. Lavatory sink is finished in white color option
Sink type: Bathroom
Sink style: Undermount
Sink material: Porcelain
Exterior dimensions: 20.5 inches x 14.75 inches
Interior dimensions: 18.375 inches x 12.625 inches
Thanks to the Loveland CO writer I checked my recently-ordered Highpoint Collection Creamic 18x12-inch undermount sink from Overstock BEFORE it was installed. I discovered the same problem: the seating for the drain was distorted. On the defective units there is a gap of about 1/16" that prevents all of the water from draining out of the sink; very annoying.
I called Overstock and they sent me a new sink immediately and a pre-paid UPS return label.
I'd recommend that BEFORE you install your sink, double-check to make sure your drain seats snugly into the drain hole and that the drain hole is uniformly round (without deformations). I really appreciate the heads-up from the Loveland CO writer; he/she saved the day for me!
BUYER BEWARE OF STANDING WATER!!! I purchased two of these undermount sinks for a granite countertop in my master bath. They were intact and appeared to be flawless on arrival. I love the design and shape of these sinks. I liked other more well-known brands, but went with this one because of the price. I've since discovered that you get what you pay for. There is a manufacturing flaw with these sinks where a dip in the front of the sink prevents all of the water from draining properly and a small amount of water is left standing. It is more prominent in one of the sinks compared to the other, but water remains in both after running the faucet. My contractor (not related to the granite installer) confirmed that the sinks were installed correctly and that it is an issue with the sinks, not the levelness of the counter top, cabinet, or sinks' adhesive that is causing the drainage problem. I'm stuck now... hopefully you won't be too!
It's a little too gently sloped at the drain, so washing down suds takes an extra splash. But not so bad, it drains. If you look at the pic carefully, the edges aren't perfectly straight -- that is, with a SS sink your can have a reveal of the sink on a undermount, but if you were to make the countertop cutout larger on this (and perhaps all ceramic sinks?) it would show the unevenness. Hence our countercutters cut less than the sink needed and the counter hangs over into the sink 1/16th to 1/8th inch.
Still it's a deep, yet compactly-sized sink that I enjoy having with my wall-mounted faucets.
I am very happy with the sink after it was installed. I was aware of some of the other users issues so I opened all the boxes (I ordered 3 sinks) to make sure there were no flaws or defects. They were shipped to me in perfect condition, the sinks are beautiful, and although the large size did look a bit intimidating, once installed they blended in nicely with the countertops.
I love this sink! I wanted something a little different for my master bath and was drawn to the rectangle shape of this one. Can't speak to the installation process as my two were installed by a professional during our house construction. They are wondefully deep and they look absolutely beautiful with my soapstone countertops!
I was looking for a square white sink and couldn't find one at Home Depot, Lowe's or Amazon. At least none that were good quality for about $100. Well Overstock had this one and it came to me in perfect timing for my install. Looks amazing and I am really happy with it!
We are more then happy with our order of these sinks - we ordered 3, and all 3 came in perfect condition and drain perfectly well. I had read the review from someone that said theirs didn't drain well, so we made sure we checked that out as soon as it was delivered. We've built 5 houses and are now remodeling a 2 bath villa and couldn't be happier with this purchase, in fact, I like these bathroom sinks better because of the size and shape. I ordered our faucets for the bathroom and kitchen from overstock too. In fact, I ordered our lighting, art, kitchen hardware... Made my life so much easier :-)
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Compares perfectly with on screen picture.
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Great quality.
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Well done
Hello juniej! When calculating room for a vanity, you must take into account the internal dimensions of the vanity. If the maximum space available inside the vanity is 20 than the you should be looking for a sink is that has an exterior dimension (Outside Rim) of no more than between 16 and 18. You must account for mounting hardware and installation room. Exterior dimensions refer to the outside edge of the outside rim. Please let us know if you have any further questions. -Amanda Poverstockcustomercare2 on May 7, 2014
Hello Johnatl55! The overflow is located on the front side of the sink. Thanks for shopping with us! - Amanda Poverstockcustomercare2 on May 6, 2014
What is the difference between exterior and interior dimensions when needing a maximum length of 20" for it to fit in my vanity?kb5400 on Sep 7, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Thank you for contacting us kb5400. When calculating room for a vanity, you must take into account the internal dimensions of the vanity. If the maximum space available inside the vanity is 20” than the you should be looking for a sink is that has an exterior dimension (Outside Rim) of no more than between 16” and 18”. You must account for mounting hardware and installation room. Exterior dimensions refer to the outside edge of the outside rim. Please let us know if you have any further questions.overstockcustomercare1 on Sep 20, 2013
What drain is featured in the second picture and is it available for purchase on your site?mlhanson on Jun 28, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hi mlhanson, we were able to verify this information with our support team. The drain is not for sale. It’s a standard chrome vanity drain. Here is a similar model with an overflow which we recommend. Try item number 13869294. Thanks for shopping with us. overstockcustomercare1 on Jul 8, 2013
What is the depth of this sink at deepest and shallowist part since it is a oval bottom.Thanks Wandaladywanderer on Jun 19, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hello Wanda, the depth of the sick is 6 inches at the deepest point. The shallowest point is roughly 2.5 inches from the top to where the bowl begins to curve. I hope this helps. Thank you for shopping with us. overstockcustomercare1 on Jun 21, 2013
Definitely, your counter top installer will cut the holes to your specifications as its an under-mount installation. Hence, the sink has no pre-cut holes.espressoqn on Jun 9, 2013
Doesn't matter because it is undermountwosal on Jun 12, 2013
Faucet goes on counter top as sink is undermount. Therefore, you can use any faucet. 8 or 4 inch or single handle.fcrn on Jun 20, 2013
The description says that this sink is designed for a single faucet hole yet i don't see any pre-drilled holes in the sink. Can I use an 8" wide-spread (3-hole) faucet with this sink?c1azucena on Apr 3, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Thank you for your question c1azucena. Yes, this is a Undermount Vanity Sink. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.overstockcustomercare1 on Apr 8, 2013
This sink is to be installed as an under-mount sink. The faucet holes will be drilled by your marble or granite installer.espressoqn on Jun 9, 2013
I am wodering if this sink is pictured upside down. Is the drain positioned toward the back of the sink or toward the front, closer to the front counter edge? Is there any slope along the bottom to help with draining (from front to back)?ksnowdon on Jan 24, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Yes, it looks like the first image is upside down. Please check the second image which shows the sink installed and also the slope. The sides slope towards the drain. Thank you for your question and we are apologize for the confusion.overstockcustomercare1 on Jan 28, 2013
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